The NY2LA Sports Generation Next Level Championships finished up play Sunday at Homestead High School as tournament action completed and champions were crowned.  Donovan Billings helped power the Playground Elite to the 11U and 12U championships while others shined as well.  We continue our coverage of last weekend's middle school hoops extravaganza with a look at Billings and others who shined on the final day...

Top Performers
Jake Bennett -- 2017 -- F -- Playground Elite
6-2 -- Whitefish Bay Dominican H.S. -- Grafton, WI

Bennett's versatility on offense showed through on Sunday as the forward hit jumpers and also did some damage off-the-dribble. Bennett played hard throughout the win against Illinois Speed and was consistently productive.

Donovan Billings -- 2020 -- C -- Playground Elite
5-8 -- Blessed Savior -- Milwaukee, WI

Billings was tremendous in the 11U championship game, playing the passing lane for steals, scoring inside and in transition, and gobbling up every rebound in his area. Billings makes a great break on the ball for his size and has good hands to corral high passes to the post.

George Dixon -- 2017 -- F -- Playground Elite
6-2 -- Riverside H.S. -- Milwaukee, WI

Bixon is a physical wing forward with a big frame and the ability to make plays going to the basket while also mixing in a bit of skill. He rebounded the ball well and also made plays around the rim as a scorer during Playground Elite's run t the championship game.

Wyatt Cook -- 2017 -- F -- Wisconsin Shooters
6-3 -- Pewaukee H.S. -- Pewaukee, WI

Although Cook stands 6-3 and plays inside on defense, he's also skilled enough with the ball in his hands to drive and make plays near the basket as a slasher from the wing. Cook also knocked in some jumpers and scored on the interior.

Kendall Gould -- 2017 -- G -- Wisconsin Shooters
5-11 -- Waukesha North H.S. -- Waukesha, WI

Gould had some impressive spurts on Saturday and on Sunday in a tough contest with TP Elite, Gould handled the ball well and made plays both in transition and the halfcourt. Gould's intensity as a full-court defender also repeatedly shows through.

Gabe Kalscheur -- 2018 -- F -- 43 Hoops
6-1 -- Edina M.S. -- Edina, MN

Although Kalseheur is pretty physically developed for his current age group, he's also smooth with the ball in his hands and can make plays from the wing, or scoring inside. Kalseheur has a decent handle and also knocked in jumpers and attacked the basket.

Terrence Lewis -- 2017 -- F -- TP Elite
6-3 -- Riverside H.S. -- Milwaukee, WI

A smooth wing with long arms, Lewis thrives in the open floor, where his handles show well for his size and he's able to get to the rim and finish. Lewis is a skinny for now, but a willing defender inside or outside, using his long arms to block shots and rebound.

Marco Pettinato -- 2017 -- G/F -- Illinois Speed
6-1 -- Lincoln-Way West -- New Lenox, IL

After a breakout performance on Saturday, Marco continued his strong play on Sunday as his motor was running high in a tough loss to Playground Elite. With good hands and a physical nature, Pettinato rebounds well despite being undersized and also gets things done on the interior as a scorer and passer to his cutting guards.

Joevon Walker -- 2017 -- F -- Playground Elite
6-3 -- Minnehana Academy -- St. Paul, MN

Walker continued to impose his will on the 14U division on Sunday, scoring on drives to the bucket and on putbacks. His two-handed dunk off of a stand-still position under the hoop was eye-opening and Walker is creative around the hoop in his layup attempts.

Brunard Williams -- 2018 -- F -- TP Elite
6-1 -- Garden Homes Lutheran -- Milwaukee, WI

Playing up a grade level, Williams played well and showed some skill for a young forward. Williams had good hands, rebounded well on both ends and also showed a strong passing ability on outlet passes and the high-low game.